Associate Scientist, In Vitro Immunology, at Unum Therapeutics
This is an outstanding opportunity to be a core scientist and scientific leader in a well-funded, early stage biotechnology company on the cutting edge of novel cancer treatments.
Who are we seeking?
BS with at least 3 years or MS with at least 1 year of relevant experience in an industry (preferred) or academic setting.
Experience developing and executing immunological assays with a variety of analysis methodologies (e.g. flow cytometry, MSD, luminescence).
Experience culturing, maintaining, and characterizing primary immune cells and cancer cell lines.
Experience with T-cell biology and/or cancer biology is a plus.
Outstanding written and oral communication skills, and ability to work in a collaborative setting.
What will you be doing?
Developing and executing T-cell-based immunological assays like cytotoxicity, proliferation, activation, and cytokine release using a variety of analysis methodologies like flow cytometry, luminescence, and ELISA.
Culturing, maintaining, and characterizing primary T-cells and cell lines.
Contributing to drug discovery and technology development projects through collaboration across scientific groups at Unum.
Contributing to other initiatives as they arise in our fast paced start-up environment.
What benefits does Unum offer?
To attract the very best talent, we are offering an extremely generous package that includes competitive pay, a performance-based bonus, stock options, health, dental, live and disability insurance coverage, trust-based time off, a 401K plan and commuter/parking benefits. Relocation assistance is also available to candidates who live outside of the Boston area.
Unum is an equal opportunity employer.
We are only accepting applications from candidates with authorization to work in the United States at this time.
Note to agencies – we are not accepting unsolicited resumes from agencies and will not be responsible for fees associated with any such submittals.